When Lori Alhadeff screamed at a camera from CNN and demanded that President Trump, “Please do something, do something, action, we need it now,” Americans instinctively sympathized with the grieving parent.
Reflections on a vulgar act targeting Orthodox Jews at a UJA event.
Evidence of the high rate-of-return on the annual US investment in Israel, which is erroneously defined as “foreign aid.” Israel is neither foreign to the US, nor is it a supplicant; it has been an unconditional junior partner of the US in the liberty-driven battle against rogue regimes.
Mention the word “Jerusalem,” which is derived from the word “peace,” and anything but peace comes to mind. Yet the city of Jerusalem is safer by far than San Francisco, thanks to good policing and traditional life among both the Jewish and Arab populations.
It’s scandalous. Purim is supposed to be a celebration of kabalas haTorah, accepting the Torah.
Pres. Trump, concerning the settlements of Judea and Samaria, which are no less vital to Israel's security than preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, you've fallen for FAKE NEWS
U.N. Human Rights Council singled out for anti-Israel, anti-Semitic action
Once again, U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman has spoken simple words of truth, and once again he’s under attack from the Palestinian Authority and the Jewish left.
Palestinians, African migrants and even Dreamers have everyone’s sympathy. Meanwhile, one of the great humanitarian crises of the century is unfolding in Syria, and the world just yawns.
The Washington Post—without reason or explanation—sought to impugn the IDF’s motives and obfuscate on what happened
It's not that Netanyahu lacks a backbone that compels him to postpone substantive action relating to the Palestinians, it’s the very serious assessment that the Jewish State will be in a better situation in the future.
Former Head of IDF Intelligence Research Unit, Yossi Kuperwasser, says that Iran is seeking alternative ways to fight Israel. “Sending a drone into Israel was an aggressive gamble that failed”
The terrorist argued that the softening of support for Israel, through social media attacks,would make it easier to attack Israel’s “vulnerable underbelly,… its investments, its diaspora and its representations around the world.“
If Iran isn’t daunted by Israel’s pushback on Saturday, Israel will have to push back more. If Iran makes that “about” the strategic situation in Syria, the U.S. will have to push back more too.
Abbas’s blatantly skewed account of the nature of Zionism and the history of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict should bring Israel’s policymakers and opinion shapers to enunciate anew the story they tell their own people and the world at large.
Kedar concludes that 'Arabs and Muslims are incapable of accepting Israel as the Jewish State,' but can 'learn to live with it.'